Courtney Enns Details Gwillimdale Farms Difference At CPMA

Courtney Enns Details Gwillimdale Farms Difference At CPMA

ONTARIO, CANADA - Strong roots make our very industry, so when it came down to those tubular veggies, I knew only Courtney Enns could answer my questions. The Marketing Manager for Gwillimdale Farms sat down with me to satiate my curiosity ahead of the Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) Convention and Trade Show Toronto 2023.

Courtney Enns, Marketing Manager, Gwillimdale Farms“Gwillimdale Farms is excited to feature a variety of root vegetable programs and meet with friends new and old,” Courtney begins. “We will be showcasing all our top-quality root vegetables commodities, which are available 365 days a year.”

As a grower, packer, and shipper, Gwillimdale is able to ensure consistent, premium-quality carrots, potatoes, onions, beets, and parsnips. With tailored programs to meet its customers' needs, shoppers and buyers won’t ever have to question the quality as demand for fresh items continues to rise.

“We pride ourselves in our portfolio, and we can’t wait to show CPMA attendees how we’re committed to our partner relationships,” Courtney says. “CPMA is a crucial show for our company because it allows Gwillimdale to market products in front of all the fresh produce industry. It’s a chance for us to connect with the industry and grow our market.”

Gwillimdale Farms will be highlighting its tailored programs and premium-quality root vegetable portfolio at the upcoming Canadian Produce Marketing Association Convention and Trade Show Toronto 2023

The Canadian grower has a special tie with CPMA, as it is a proud member and sponsor of the association. As the show is happening locally in Toronto, Canada, the company is looking forward to strengthening relationships and growing business with industry professionals traveling up to our Northern neighbor.

“CPMA is Canada’s largest fresh produce event, and we’re always eager to share our thoughts and learn about the latest innovations in our industry,” Courtney explains. “We’re highly focused on investing in quality land to ensure we have nutrient-rich soils to grow our vegetables. As we look to the future, we are setting a core focus on improving our business processes and structures, as well as always innovating and ensuring employees have a wonderful place to work.”

Eager to hear more about Gwillimdale’s plan for success? Stop by booth #520 between April 26 and 27 to experience The Gwillimdale Difference.

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